Wii U Homebrew Channel Hack Guide From Start To Finish

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By InsaneNutter on Dec 29, 2016 at 4:14 PM
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    He're at Digiex we like to keep you up to date with console tutorials for hacks and homebrew, with that in mind if you have a Wii U and want to hack it to load the Homebrew Channel we've now got you covered, hopefully making the process as easy as possible to follow for a complete beginner!

    Firstly your Wii U need's to be exploitable, since we posted this news all currently Wii U firmware versions including 5.5.1 are exploitable, with that in mind we've put together a very easy guide on how to stop your Wii U from updating.

    Part 1: Block Nintendo Wii U Updates Easily With Alternate DNS Server

    Once your Wii U is safe from updates issued by Nintendo you can follow the main part of the guide, we have made things easy for you and setup our own mini site hosting the exploit you need to gain control over the Wii U.

    Part 2: Nintendo Wii U Homebrew Channel Hack Guide

    Finally when your Wii U is up and running with homebrew you might also wish to load some games from other regions, this is also possible and we have a guide teaching you how to prepare Wii U games to load from an SD card inside the Wii U.

    Part 3: Extract Wii U WUD's (Encrypted ISO Images) for use with Loadiine GX2

    As always we have tried to make our guides as easy and detailed as possible, remember the Wii U homebrew scene is in its infancy, however even so game mods, level editors are already out there. We expect things to progress a lot as the year goes on.

    Updated on 07.05.16 as Wii U Firmware 5.5.1 is now exploitable, meaning any Wii U released to date is currently capable of running the homebrew channel.
     

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